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Bringing the classroom homeThe GO STEM Hub, housed at EOU, will deliver learning kits to rural families impacted by COVID-19.
Economic research promises better data for rural countiesFaculty and students will provide socioeconomic analysis so communities can better understand trends, support planning efforts, and undertake economic impact analysis of specific projects or investments in the region.
Building bridges for a brighter tomorrowBridge Academy courses offer a fully online leg-up for professionals in healthcare and education.
Masked, moved-in and motivated at EOUStudents moved into EOU residence halls and participated in fully virtual orientation activities before classes began for fall term.
Testing, virtual events mark start of EOU fall termSchool starts Sept. 23, and the first week of classes will be held virtually to accommodate testing for COVID-19.
Cultivating community during a pandemicIncoming EOU students will mask up to meet new friends in a series of outdoor orientation activities.
First-generation students discover connection and support at EOU amid the pandemic.
After 66 years, the Pierce name will be removed from EOU’s library. Trustees also approved an operating budget and presidential compensation package at their Nov. 12 meeting.
Scholarships, tutoring and a designated study space await military members and student veterans at EOU
November is Native American Heritage Month, and EOU’s Native American Program is offering a variety of activities.
Alumnus and entrepreneur Richard Chaves was elected to serve as EOU Board Chair through November 2021.
After decades of public service, Board Chair David Nelson will retire at the annual Board Retreat on August 10.
The EOU Foundation and the Financial Aid Office coordinated to provide much-needed support.
EOU Colloquium returns for another academic year – this time in a physically distanced format.
Music and theatre students recording audio stories with a spooky theme, airing Oct. 29 and 30.
New programs and initiatives have led to renewed accreditation and ongoing recognition.
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The Board of Trustees holds its first regular meeting of the 2020-21 academic year on Nov. 12.
The GO STEM Hub, housed at EOU, will deliver learning kits to rural families impacted by COVID-19.
Faculty and students will provide socioeconomic analysis so communities can better understand trends, support planning efforts, and undertake economic impact analysis of specific projects or investments in the region.
University leaders are seeking input ahead of the Nov. 12 decision.
Residence Life will not host its annual Trick-or-Treat event in residence halls.